Hyderabad-Based Startup MapMyGenome Unlocks Your Genetic Makeup

If it is in your genes, you can now know it. A start-up, Mapmygenome, will unlock the secrets of your genetic make-up for you. Bikaner-born Anu (Anuradha) Acharya, 43 is the founder of this 3-year old start-up, based in Hyderabad, India.

Mapmygenome engages in developing genomics solutions for predictive diagnosis and prognosis, using DNA testing. A simple non-invasive saliva-based test is used to decipher your DNA. It is then used to predict genetic risk for various diseases and inherited conditions.

Uber To Allow Private Car Owners To Offer Rides In Delhi

Uber isn’t going to be restricted to registered taxis in Delhi any more. Starting 16th December, private car owners will be able to offer rides to other passengers. This move has come in the wake of the Delhi government looking at ways to enable more people to commute with fewer cars after the implementation of the odd-even formula.

Rahul Yadav’s New Startup To Make Govt. Processes More Efficient

Rahul Yadav’s much vaunted startup is finally beginning to take shape. After being fired from the Housing CEO post, Yadav had taken to social media and announced that his startup would be “10x more than all Indian internet companies put together”. He’d then gone on to tantalizingly reveal bits and pieces about the details of his new venture. It had emerged then that the company would be in the data analytics space and would be called Intellignent Interfaces.